This kind of rectangle to free form doodling has been a feature of my recent pages. I seem to I have decided (Decided? Like I seriously think at all while I am doodling!) to break free of the box or something.
As you all know by now, I think doodles are the drawing version of dreams, so it follows that I must believe that dreams are the sleeping version of doodling. Here is the scenario: you are on the sofa and, suddenly someone says you are asleep. But you are just awake enough to object, so you deny that you are/were asleep.
I am sure there is some sort of special scientific term for this, but around here at the Circle B, we call that state you are in just before falling asleep "Pre-sleeping".
This link all about pre-sleeping was emailed to me by a friend (thanks Jo!). It is a series of short pieces of what people think about right before they fall asleep. I have no idea where it comes from, or what this project is about, but you should go and watch it. It is very creative, original, and a real treat to watch.
What do you think of before you fall asleep? I watch patterns form and dissolve. Red, yellow and orange in a field of black.